Anger: Accepting and Decoding

Popular psychology and many therapists will tell you that anger is a cover-up or defense for other emotions, namely hurt, sadness, or fear. It is true that, in some cases, we might “lead” with anger, when underneath that, we’re struggling with feelings of sadness, anxiety, or vulnerability. But sometimes, anger is simply anger, and acceptingContinue reading Anger: Accepting and Decoding